• Stipule adnated to Leaf-stalk
    Stipule adnated to Leaf-stalk
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n stipulation a restriction that is insisted upon as a condition for an agreement
    • n stipulation an assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else
    • n stipulation (law) an agreement or concession made by parties in a judicial proceeding (or by their attorneys) relating to the business before the court; must be in writing unless they are part of the court record "a stipulation of fact was made in order to avoid delay"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The term "honeymoon" is derived from the Babylonians who declared mead, a honey-flavored wine, the official wedding drink, stipulating that the bride's parents be required to keep the groom supplied with the drink for the month following the wedding.
    • Stipulation (Law) A material article of an agreement; an undertaking in the nature of bail taken in the admiralty courts; a bargain.
    • Stipulation That which is stipulated, or agreed upon; that which is definitely arranged or contracted; an agreement; a covenant; a contract or bargain; also, any particular article, item, or condition, in a mutual agreement; as, the stipulations of the allied powers to furnish each his contingent of troops.
    • Stipulation The act of stipulating; a contracting or bargaining; an agreement.
    • n Stipulation (Bot) The situation, arrangement, and structure of the stipules.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: When 7-year-old Shirley Temple’s life was insured with Lloyd’s, the contract stipulated that no benefits would be paid if the child film star met with death or injury while intoxicated.
    • n stipulation The act of stipulating, agreeing, or covenanting; a contracting or bargaining.
    • n stipulation That which is stipulated or agreed upon; a contract or bargain, or a particular article or item in a contract: as, the stipulations of the allied powers to furnish each his contingent of troops; a contract containing so many stipulations.
    • n stipulation In law, specifically— An agreement between counsel or attorneys in a cause, affecting its conduct.
    • n stipulation An undertaking in the nature of bail taken in the admiralty courts.
    • n stipulation In Roman law, a contract in which the form consisted in a question and answer, formalities which in course of time came to be recognized as making a valid contract which might dispense with the ceremonials required by the earlier law.
    • n stipulation In botany, the situation and structure of the stipules.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • ns Stipulation act of stipulating: a contract
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. stipulatio,: cf. F. stipulation,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. stipulāri, -ātus, prob. from old L. stipulus, firm, conn. with stipāre, to press firm.


In literature:

I will proceed to designate the proper officers to carry the stipulations into effect.
"The Great Conspiracy, Complete" by John Alexander Logan
Lord Fawn, no doubt, would have declared that he had never consented to the latter stipulation.
"The Eustace Diamonds" by Anthony Trollope
So Edward reigned, and agreeably, it is said, with previous stipulations, married the daughter of his king-maker.
"Harold, Complete The Last Of The Saxon Kings" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
But why did you make the special stipulation that they should live in Switzerland?
"Three Dramas" by Björnstjerne M. Björnson
He made one stipulation, however.
"A Terrible Temptation" by Charles Reade
Imogene stipulated that Endymion should be asked, and Mr. Rodney supported the suggestion.
"Endymion" by Benjamin Disraeli
I paid the Indian the price Stipulated for his Services and we imediately loaded up and Set forward.
"The Journals of Lewis and Clark" by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Yates called for his money at the stipulated time; Stephen sweetened him up and put him off a week.
"Life On The Mississippi, Part 4." by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
And eventually the day came when he was unable to make the stipulated payments.
"Lourdes From the "Three Cities"" by Emile Zola
I ask for no terms; I make no stipulations.
"Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon, Volume 1 (of 2)" by Charles Lever
And eventually the day came when he was unable to make the stipulated payments.
"The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris" by Emile Zola
Putting the stipulated sum into two purses, he handed these to Lorenzi.
"Casanova's Homecoming" by Arthur Schnitzler
It was not the condition that stipulated he should come alone.
"Somewhere in France" by Richard Harding Davis
The Government acquires by it a perfect right to insist on its stipulations.
"A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents" by James D. Richardson
Was this the stipulated condition of adoption, and the sole passport to the communion of the saints?
"The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4" by American Anti-Slavery Society
Was this the stipulated condition of adoption, and the sole passport to the communion of the saints?
"The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus" by American Anti-Slavery Society
The government locates a station and its lessee is paid a stipulated sum each year.
"Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life" by Thomas Wallace Knox
The conditions of redemption offered by Sigismund were not those expressly stipulated.
"Charles the Bold" by Ruth Putnam
It contains further stipulations, in matters affecting the interests of these parties.
"The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898: Volume XIV., 1606-1609" by Various
Here are we prepared to chastise the Kurus, as soon as the stipulation made by you is fully performed!
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"

In news:

But ethical altruism stipulates that one's deeds benefit the recipient, and not necessarily one's self.
This is just the latest stipulation in Guerrero's matches against 'Swoggle.
You may have a great buy-sell agreement in place at the company where you are a partner or co-owner--one that clearly stipulates how much your family will be paid for your share of the business interest in the event of your death.
She is free on bond, but conditions of her release stipulate that she is not to be around children under the age of 18, the superintendent said.
Those guidelines stipulate that a fighter cannot kick or knee the head of a downed opponent.
Now, the only stipulation with this, is that you need to have a bit of balance to do it.
Taxation – Property valuation must be based on stipulated values.
Moeller Attorney Files Stipulation For Dismissal.
Starting off with a wastewater stipulation , APA on issue 8.
Evidence – Prior Conviction — Stipulation .
Stipulation Covers Millions in Common Charges.
A rule stipulation has complicated a draft-night trade of a late second-round pick between Portland and Minnesota, leaving the status of Tanguy Ngombo in limbo.
DALLAS — The Dallas County District Attorney's office says it will drop assault charges against Dallas Cowboys player Dez Bryant, but there are two stipulations.
L et's stipulate that people, and particularly politicians, can get into trouble by attempting to speak for God.
Also, I have seen before on some of the principal reductions that there were stipulations put in the modification agreement that the owners were not allowed to sell the home for a period of time.

In science:

We let pg : (cid:9) Ø (cid:9)v > SO(3LÒ v be the projection of a generalized connection A onto its family member in (cid:9)v and stipulate A HgL := hg HAL := pg HAL.
A Topos Model for Loop Quantum Gravity
We take Brillinger’s approach, stipulating summability conditions on higher order cumulants of the spatial field.
Asymptotic Theory of Cepstral Random Fields
We further stipulate that Y is specified by the Heegaard diagram (Σ, α, β) and that L is obtained as follows.
On the equivalence of Legendrian and transverse invariants in knot Floer homology
Consistently with this convention we stipulate that f : X → Y is locally definable if and only if for each i ∈ N the restriction of f to Yj .
Discrete subgroups of locally definable groups
Now we list the various conditions that we will stipulate on µ in various parts of the paper.
Random walks in Euclidean space
From these stipulations, it is possible to calculate the redshift distribution of all clusters hotter than a specified value.
Measuring Omega_0 using cluster evolution
Suppose we stipulate that the spin σ(z ) at any site z ∈ C is equal to some a ∈ S .
The random geometry of equilibrium phases
To be specific, suppose that the boundary condition η on ∂Λ is not identically plus but contains a large proportion of plus spins; we stipulate that η ≡ +1 on three sides of Λ while on the remaining side only a large fraction of the spins is plus.
The random geometry of equilibrium phases
The success of such an approach is stipulated by specific algebraic properties of operators governing the evolution of nuclear spin and molecular frame.
Prototype model for nuclear spin conversion in molecules: The case of "hydrogen"
This is also true for the divergent diagrams with the stipulation that for the two-point diagram, we must subtract the part independent of the momentum and proportional to g µν together with the divergent part, i.e., we must normalize the gluon mass to zero in every order.
Constructing the light-front QCD Hamiltonian
This requires a generalization of the familiar theory of finite dimensional manifolds, and so we are motivated to stipulate that an infinite dimensional manifold is a manifold modeled on an infinite dimensional Banach space.
Finite dimesional Hamiltonian formalism for gauge and field theories
It is useful to view H as an extension to the whole plane by stipulating that H (z ) = H (z ).
Universal Teichmuller Space
The stable clustering hypothesis stipulates that at very small scales (strong non-linear regime), the internal profile of clusters of galaxies remain constant with time for any cosmological model, and that the cluster distribution is driven by the cosmic expansion.
Gravitational Lensing by Large Scale Structures: A Review
Number of windows after the maximum is stipulated (typically at 16).
Differential Operator in Seizure Detection
Quite generally, gauge fields appear when the invariance of a Hamiltonian against some local gauge symmetry is stipulated.
Spin Dynamics of a Fermi Liquid in an Electric Field